Biorr of the Twin Fangs


Biorr of the royal Twin Fangs wears full Brushwood Armor, and carries a Brushwood Shield, Heavy Crossbow, and a Greatsword. After being rescued from the jail near the Tower Knight in Boletarian Palace, he can be found in front of the Valley of Defilement Archstone in the Nexus. An incredibly powerful old warrior, he wields his heavy armament without difficulty, the massive Greatsword he is known for held in only one hand. As one of the few truly incorruptible souls of Boletaria, he remains wholly human, never having been tempted to become a Demon as the other members of Allant's court did.

Biorr is a member of the elite duo known as the Twin Fangs, King Allant's greatest warriors. Haven taken to wearing the old Boletarian Brushwood Armor, a heavy and highly defensive symbol of the old elite, Biorr was a force to be reckoned with even in his advancing age. He and Vallarfax, the other half of the duo, were both members of King Allant's round table of knights and his metaphorical left and right hands when the Demon scourge came to the Boletarian Palace. The player first encounters Biorr locked up in the dungeons of the Boletarian Palace in 1-2, after he was defeated by the Black Phantoms of other knights of the round table, who had lost themselves and become Demons.

When his partner, Vallarfax, fled the Kingdom and escaped the fog to warn the rest of the world of Boletaria’s plight, Biorr stayed behind to defend the honor of the True King Allant. He soon found himself at a great disadvantage against the Kingdom’s new demonic inhabitants and was captured and imprisoned. He possesses great wisdom and knowledge about Boletaria and an undying devotion to the real King, which he valiantly shows while aiding the player in battle. He often boasts of the fair and magnanimous nature of King Allant XII, genuinely unuaware that the current scourge was his doing. In fact, he is adamant that the colorless fog could not be the work of the King, and that it must be lies told by the true perpetrators who seek to overthrow Allant. His optimism even blinds him to the fact that the Fat Ministers, who began appearing in the courts of Boletaria long before the true invasion, were invited by Allant as well, agents of his underhanded work, and he expresses his hatred and disgust for them often.

Despite having been imprisoned for years, he does however have a fair grasp on the goings on in his immediate vicinity, as he knows too well of the imprisonment and abuse of Yuria the Witch at the hands of the same Ministers that keep him captive. Clearly concerned for her, and disgusted by their actions, Biorr urges the player to assist her, and congratulates them if they are successful. All of this corruption he believes to have occurred outside the knowledge of King Allant, though the longer he is freed, the more his faith begins to waver. After having explored the ruined land himself, Biorr will be told by the Dregling Merchant that the King's son, the crown prince Ariona Allant, has returned to Boletaria from his travels, and asks the Player to reunite them if possible so that he may protect and help His Highness. He shows great care for Ariona, claiming that he is kind and wise, and is also fully aware that he is not enough of a warrior to protect himself in the fully overthrown kingdom.

Despite the grim situation, Biorr remains upbeat, often cracking a light-hearted joke while in a conversation with the player, this is thought to be an attempt to hide his grief at the state of things and deaths of his comrades. Biorr's grief may also explain why he puts himself in harms way, first assisting the player in defeating the boss Penetrator and then serving as a momentary distraction for the player to run past the Blue Dragon. If Biorr survives the battle with the Blue Dragon the conversation which follows implies that he has been mortally wounded, it is the last time the player will see him alive and the Dregling Merchant, known for taking items off corpses to sell, later has his armor for sale. After he assists in the battle with the boss Penetrator (corrupted form of Metas, the Knight of the Lance), Biorr appears to have come to terms with the truth and warns the player not to underestimate the King nor his protectors if the Player seeks to challenge Allant, grimly warning not to overestimate your own power, perhaps a reflection of the cause of his own imprisonment.

Biorr mentions after being rescued by the player that he was defeated by "the black souls of mighty knights." Later when he jumps in to assist the player in the battle with Penetrator he proclaims that the Demon will be stopped "once and for all." This may indicate that Penetrator is the one who defeated Biorr and caused him to be imprisoned by the Fat Ministers. That Penetrator focuses entirely on Biorr and ignores the player is further evidence of some unresolved conflict between the two knights. However, he also is aware of the Demon's nature as merely a shadow of the corruption within the knight it sprang from, refusing to acknowledge it as more than a mere Demon when up against himself, a "bona fide knight."


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